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Pan·der

(pän′dər), Christian Heinrich 1794-1865.
Russian-born German anatomist and pioneer embryologist. With Karl Ernst von Baer he discovered the distinct structural layers of the chick embryo.
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It was just a normal party," Pander said tearfully.
Unlike Donald Trump, I will not pander to the gun lobby, and we will not be silenced and we will not be intimidated," Clinton said.
SCHALKE 04: Neuer, Rafinha, Bordon, Krstajic, Westermann, Asamoah (Larsen 73), Ernst, Kobiashvili, Pander, Kuranyi (Sanchez 60), Altintop (Lovenkrands 88).
There was no denying the quality of his finish though after Micah Richards had capped a thrilling solo burst by slipping a pass inside Pander to provide Lampard with the chance to flash home his 13th England goal.
The goalkeeping conundrum will occupy McClaren's mind for most of the next 17 days, although there was little Robinson could have done to keep out the sweet strike from Christian Pander which ultimately gave Germany their win.
GERMANY: Lehmann, Friedrich, Mertesacker, Metzelder, Lahm, ' Odonkor (Hilbert 54), Schneider ' (Castro 90), Hitzlsperger, Pander, Trochowski (Rolfes 72), Kuranyi.
So we created an environment that didn't pander to the obvious," said Rozzi.
Must we pander to clubs who say that they'll cause a riot?
While geographically constrained stations may have to pander with poppy pap, publications with a potentially national audience can afford to focus on (and nurture) niche cultural movements.
Are unpopular incumbent presidents likely to pander to wrong-headed popular opinions in the hope of winning re-election?